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Lewis M. Terman

a.k.a. Lewis Madison Terman

Author Code: ALMT

Born: Jan. 15, 1877 - Johnson County, Indiana, USA

Died: Dec. 21, 1956 - Palo Alto, California, USA

Educated at Central Normal College where he received a BSc, BA and BPd, Terman then received his MA from Indiana University in 1903. In 1905, he received his PhD from Clark University. He then worked as a school principal for a time before joining the faculty of Los Angeles Normal School in 1907. He moved to Stanford University in 1910 and became professor of educational psychology. In 1916, Terman released the Stanford Revision of the Binet-Simon Scale, an IQ test that was promoted as a reliable tool for the classification of developmentally disabled children. The test has gone through further revisions and is still in use today. A firm believer in eugenics, Terman joined the Human Betterment Foundation in 1928. He continued to work at Stanford until his retirement in 1945, and after that in an advisory role until his death. In addition to his many published papers, his works include The Measurement of Intelligence (1916), The Use of Intelligence Tests (1916), The Stanford Achievement Test (1923), Genetic Studies of Genius (1923) and Autobiography of Lewis Terman (1930).

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ALMT005 The Great Conspiracy 1922 6 184k Article Download PDF - 'The Great Conspiracy' (ALMT005) Find a printed copy of The Great Conspiracy by Lewis M. Terman at AbeBooks
ALMT003 Precocious Children 1914 4 148k Article Download PDF - 'Precocious Children' (ALMT003) Find a printed copy of Precocious Children by Lewis M. Terman at AbeBooks
ALMT004 Social Hygiene: The Real Conservation Problem 1913 6 169k Article Download PDF - 'Social Hygiene: The Real Conservation Problem' (ALMT004) Find a printed copy of Social Hygiene: The Real Conservation Problem by Lewis M. Terman at AbeBooks
ALMT002 Teeth and Civilization 1914 5 151k Article Download PDF - 'Teeth and Civilization' (ALMT002) Find a printed copy of Teeth and Civilization by Lewis M. Terman at AbeBooks
ALMT001 The Tragedies of Childhood 1913 5 165k Article Download PDF - 'The Tragedies of Childhood' (ALMT001) Find a printed copy of The Tragedies of Childhood by Lewis M. Terman at AbeBooks

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